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Manitoba Immigration and Integration Initiatives Margot Morrish PCERII Annual Planning Meeting February 11, 2006 Manitoba Immigration and Integration Initiatives Margot Morrish PCERII Annual Planning Meeting February 11, 2006 Manitoba Labour and Immigration

Canada Manitoba Immigration Agreement · Constitution and IRPA allow shared responsibilities in immigration · Canada Manitoba Immigration Agreement · Constitution and IRPA allow shared responsibilities in immigration · Framework Signed October 22, 1996 · Provincial Nominee and Agreement to Realign Responsibilities for Immigrant Settlement Services Addendum – June 29, 1998 · CMIA Renewed 2003 Manitoba Labour and Immigration

Action Strategy for Economic Growth · Training and workforce development, rural development and education Action Strategy for Economic Growth · Training and workforce development, rural development and education · Target 10, 000 annual arrivals · Strengthen settlement and language training · Improve Qualifications Recognition · Greater consultations and promotion Manitoba Labour and Immigration

Immigration by Province/Territory Preliminary 2005 Manitoba Labour and Immigration Immigration by Province/Territory Preliminary 2005 Manitoba Labour and Immigration

Source: Citizenship and Immigration Canada 8, 093 7, 427 6, 492 4, 621 4, Source: Citizenship and Immigration Canada 8, 093 7, 427 6, 492 4, 621 4, 588 4, 644 3, 711 3, 014 Manitoba Immigration 1998 to Preliminary 2005 Manitoba Labour and Immigration

Manitoba Immigration Distribution by Top Rural Destinations Manitoba Labour and Immigration Manitoba Immigration Distribution by Top Rural Destinations Manitoba Labour and Immigration

Manitoba Immigration by Top Source Countries 1999 to 2004 Manitoba Labour and Immigration Manitoba Immigration by Top Source Countries 1999 to 2004 Manitoba Labour and Immigration

Manitoba Immigration by Top Occupations 1999 to 2004 Manitoba Labour and Immigration Manitoba Immigration by Top Occupations 1999 to 2004 Manitoba Labour and Immigration

Manitoba Immigration by Post Secondary Qualifications 1998 to 2004 Manitoba Labour and Immigration Manitoba Immigration by Post Secondary Qualifications 1998 to 2004 Manitoba Labour and Immigration

2004 - 2005 Immigration and Multiculturalism Division Staff – 47 Staff Salaries - $2, 2004 - 2005 Immigration and Multiculturalism Division Staff – 47 Staff Salaries - $2, 568. 1 Operating - $831. 7 Financial Assistance - $7, 712. 0 and Grants Federal Contribution - $6, 165. 4 Adult Language Training 10. 5 staff Settlement and Labour Market Services 10. 0 staff Immigration Promotion and Recruitment 16. 5 staff Multiculturalism Secretariat 3. 0 staff Strategic Planning and Program Support and Exec Admin 7. 0 staff Manitoba Labour and Immigration

Continuum of Services Promotion and Recruitment (International and Manitoba) Nomination and Selection Early Information Continuum of Services Promotion and Recruitment (International and Manitoba) Nomination and Selection Early Information ESL and Settlement Qualifications Recognition Integration and Retention Manitoba Labour and Immigration

Manitoba Provincial Nominees • The Provincial Nominee Program continues to develop innovative approaches to Manitoba Provincial Nominees • The Provincial Nominee Program continues to develop innovative approaches to meet immigration objectives • Greater partnership involvement is encouraged through five priority assessment streams and one general stream including: – Employers, – Communities, – Family Support, – International Students and – Strategic initiatives Manitoba Labour and Immigration

Provincial Nominee Program • In 2005, over 4, 600 Skilled Worker and Business Provincial Provincial Nominee Program • In 2005, over 4, 600 Skilled Worker and Business Provincial Nominees landed in Manitoba • In total, Manitoba Provincial Nominees account for over 56. % of provincial immigration • Approximately 30% chose to live in communities outside of Winnipeg • Manitoba approved over 3, 000 Provincial Nominee principal applicants Manitoba Labour and Immigration

Settlement and Labour Market Services • Manitoba Immigrant Integration Program: • Funds: Initial General Settlement and Labour Market Services • Manitoba Immigrant Integration Program: • Funds: Initial General Settlement (62 %); Labour market preparation and placement (19%); Wellness and community support (14%); QR (3. 5%) Special Projects (1%). • Information for newcomers • Qualifications Recognition Initiative • Credentials Recognition Program • Academic Credentials Assessment service • Federal/Provincial/Territorial working groups Manitoba Labour and Immigration

Qualifications Recognition · Government leadership to improve QR and job entry for skilled workers Qualifications Recognition · Government leadership to improve QR and job entry for skilled workers · A Framework of Principles and Action Plans · Pilots, demonstration projects and information · Partnerships Manitoba Labour and Immigration

Adult English as a Additional Language • Manitoba Immigrant Integration Program funds: – – Adult English as a Additional Language • Manitoba Immigrant Integration Program funds: – – – School and College Based Programs (75%) Community Based Language Training (13%) Workplace Language Training (3%) English for Specific Purposes (3%) Regional initiatives (6%) • Enhanced Language Training Initiative • Canadian Language Benchmarks assessments • Professional development for Adult EAL teachers • Curriculum development Manitoba Labour and Immigration

Multiculturalism Secretariat • Promote and support legislative frameworks (MEACC and Multiculturalism Act) • Support Multiculturalism Secretariat • Promote and support legislative frameworks (MEACC and Multiculturalism Act) • Support and assist ethnocultural organizations (Ethnocultural Community Support Program) • Promote understanding and appreciation of multiculturalism cross-government and in general public • Coordinate provincial participation in citizenship promotion and anti-racism activities Manitoba Labour and Immigration

Research Interests § Provincial Nominees: Settlement and labour market outcomes related to broader socio-economic Research Interests § Provincial Nominees: Settlement and labour market outcomes related to broader socio-economic trends § Qualifications Recognition: Models of best practice to support transferability; effective labour market information strategies § Employer: Engagement strategies and overcoming barriers § Settlement: newcomer input into new approaches for program development and delivery; overall outcomes § Adult EAL: new models for delivery; expanding language assessment capacities § Multiculturalism: approaches for community economic development and sustainability § Regional Development: literature review of immigration to rural Prairies Manitoba Labour and Immigration

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